“I’ve got a family to raise, so I’m not going to risk it if some Chinese shipper wants to bypass the rules.” Efforts to duck tariffs are expanding.
One day in June, seven months after the U.S. imposed stiff tariffs on plywood from China, a wood importer in Oregon got a call from a supplier asking if he would like to get some Chinese plywood tariff-free.
How would that work, asked importer David Visse. The products carry an identification code that is checked by U.S. Customs agents.
“Don’t worry about it,” Mr. Visse says the supplier told him. The plywood would be stripped of its Chinese markings, and “we’ll ship it under some other code.”
Read more here.
- Posted by ALBA Wheels
- On November 2, 2018
- 0 Comments